The Spa at 500

The Spa At 500 is a wellness center offering therapeutic and relaxation massage, acupuncture, and beauty treatments. We can also host your event or bring massage therapy to your home or office.

The Spa is the home of the Art of Massage, Central New York's premier massage therapy practice, founded in 1997.

We believe that dealing with stress in healthy ways is a key to health, longevity, and happiness. Our menu of massage treatments can be customized to meet your needs. Our house also includes a seven person therapeutic Jacuzzi tub, and a redwood sauna for you to enjoy before and after your massage. The elegance of the setting and the quality of our experienced massage therapists combine for an experience you won't forget. The Spa is also home to Goode Looks Salon, offering a full range of hair styles, nail treatments, and facials, and Goode Chi, featuring acupuncture with Annette Burden.

Posted: Monday, November 11, 2013, 10:52 AM

 

Why You Should Stop What You’re Doing and Book a Massage. 
Now.
We all know that a massage is one of the best ways to relax and recharge. You spend so 
much of your day plugged in (and probably sitting in a chair) that letting a professional 
get to work on tension and soreness is often just the trick. But besides these obvious 
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Posted: Monday, November 4, 2013, 9:28 PM

 

When you think about it, everyone’s an athlete. Some are running marathons, while 
others are playing a casual game of tennis with friends. Even if your physical activity is 
less formal—working in the garden, for example, or running around an office all day 
– you’re still an athlete and should treat your body accordingly. If you’re experiencing 
aches...
Posted: Friday, August 9, 2013, 7:48 AM

Whether you're a fan of the Wizard of Oz, Onondaga Lake, or maybe you remember when the mansion next door to us was called the "AAA building", you will find new and exciting things happening on West Onondaga Street. The yellow brick mansion known as AAA was recently sold and is soon to be converted to office and studio space. (The AAA building, old timers will remember, is where we used to go to pick up "Triptiks", those pocket sized maps that we all knew and loved, long before MapQuest and GPS came along). 

Just a block away a group of Wizard of Oz fans are planning to buy another neighborhood mansion where Oz author L Frank Baum spent much of his childhood. http://www.syracuse.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2013/08/wizard_of_oz_fundraiser_seeks.html

And out in the street - that construction that's been going on all summer is part of Onondaga County's...